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Police in St. Thomas say young teen gone missing

Aliyah Edwards

St. Thomas police continue to search for a missing 13-year-old girl. Police issued a release Saturday saying Aliyah Edwards was last seen Friday about 3:30 p.m. She has long dark hair, dyed red. She was last seen wearing purple jean shorts and a grey hoodie.  Aliyah was also reported missing last March but found safe. Anyone with information is asked to call St. Thomas police at 519-631-1224 Source link #canadiannews #worldnews #headlinenews and stories from around the world USA Today News Headlines [su_feed url=”http://rssfeeds.usatoday.com/usatoday-NewsTopStories” limit=”20″] USA News Headlines [su_feed url=”http://rss.cnn.com/rss/cnn_us.rss”Read More


Montreal’s Stroll collides with Hartley in first lap of Canadian Grand Prix

Lance Stroll

MONTREAL — Canadian Lance Stroll crashed with Toro Rossi’s Brendon Hartley on the first lap of the Canadian Grand Prix on Sunday. The Montreal driver’s Williams punctured a tire and the car slid across the track and jammed the New Zealander’s car into a wall in a spectacular crash. Both cars were badly damaged but the drivers got out their cars apparently uninjured. The crash came shortly after what looked like a clean start to the 70-lap race. The incident brought the safety car onto the track. Stroll, 19, wasRead More


Police search for three males, vehicle in shooting case

London Police

London police have now released descriptions of three suspects wanted after a shooting in the northeast corner of the city. The shooting in a condo complex in the Huron Heights neighbourhood left one person in hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Police were called to the area round 10 p.m. near Huron Street and Sandford Street. They found one person suffering from a gunshot wound. Police say three males fled the scene in a bluish-silver four-door vehicle, believed to be a Honda.  They are described as: 1) Black, tall, in hisRead More


Why did Wynne say she won’t be Ontario’s premier? A political scientist explains

Why did Wynne say she won't be Ontario's premier? A political scientist explains

Many Ontarians were surprised and confused by Liberal leader Kathleen Wynne’s announcement on Saturday that she won’t be premier after Thursday’s election. “On June 7th voters will elect a new government. I don’t know who voters will choose but I am pretty sure that it won’t be me,” Wynne told reporters, after polls put her in a distant third place behind the Doug Ford’s Progressive Conservatives and Andrea Horwath’s New Democrats. “After Thursday, I will no longer be Ontario’s Premier. And I’m okay with that,” Wynne said. “Because, as I’veRead More


Canadian rugby sevens men win twice to advance to Cup quarterfinals in London

Harry Jones Rugby

LONDON — Harry Jones scored his 100th try in the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series and Canada defeated Samoa and Russia on Saturday to advance to the Cup quarter-finals at the London Sevens. It marks just the second time in nine tournaments this season that the Canadian men have reached the final eight. Jones scored his landmark try in a 17-7 loss to No. 2 South Africa that was sandwiched between the wins over No. 9 Samoa and No. 15 Russia at Twickenham. Canada, which currently stands 11th in theRead More


Winnipeg school reaping rewards after putting scheduling to the test

Winnipeg school reaping rewards after putting scheduling to the test

A Winnipeg school is taking the standard school day and making some tweaks. Ecole Lacerte in Windsor Park has gone from three breaks during the day to two, and since making the switch student success has spiked. It’s called a ‘balanced day’ schedule, and students are enjoying it. “I like that you have more time to do classes and recesses,” said fourth grader Alexie George. The school day begins at 8:30 a.m. with the first block going until 10:30. At that time, students head outside for a 30 minute recessRead More


How to protect yourself from financial abuse

How to protect yourself from financial abuse

CARP’s new National Director of Law, Policy and Aging talks about advance care planning and elder abuse. Lyndsay Moggy reports. Source link #canadiannews #worldnews #headlinenews and stories from around the world USA Today News Headlines [su_feed url=”http://rssfeeds.usatoday.com/usatoday-NewsTopStories” limit=”20″] USA News Headlines [su_feed url=”http://rss.cnn.com/rss/cnn_us.rss” limit=”20″] ABC NEWS Headlines [su_feed url=”http://feeds.abcnews.com/abcnews/usheadlines” limit=”20″]


City of Saskatoon projecting property tax hike of more than four per cent

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Early numbers for next year’s city budget project Saskatoon residents could see a property tax hike between four and 4.5 per cent, despite increased revenue projections of $11.2 million. Mayor Charlie Clark cautioned on Tuesday the numbers are very preliminary and will be refined and possibly changed over the next several months. “We were not approving that today,” Clark said during a governance and priorities meeting at city hall. A report from civic administration says expenses for the city in 2019 are expected to rise by $18.6 million, a 3.8Read More


Charges laid after two-vehicle crash

Charges laid after two-vehicle crash

A collision Thursday between an e-bike and an SUV resulted in two drivers being charged. The SUV driver initially fled the scene, but concerned citizens followed him and persuaded him to return to the scene of the collision on Westmount Road West in Kitchener. He was charged with failing to remain at the scene of an accident, among other things. The driver of the e-bike was charged with impaired driving, and other charges under the Provincial Offences Act. Source link #canadiannews #worldnews #headlinenews and stories from around the world USARead More


Aggressive biters are back | CTV Edmonton News

Aggressive biters are back | CTV Edmonton News

Kiera Lyons, CTV Edmonton Published Thursday, May 17, 2018 4:35PM MDT Last Updated Thursday, May 17, 2018 7:40PM MDT It’s that time of year again, mosquito season.  People out playing sports like soccer or slow-pitch have no doubt noticed the pests, but the city says it’s not that bad. According to data collected from more than a dozen traps around the city, the number of mosquitoes so far this spring is well below average, but significantly more than the past three years. Over the last three years, the number ofRead More